say yes to museum, maybe to parking
BRAHM gets the go-ahead to accept construction
bids on new building
Avery resident has pet cloned, gains international attention
more student housing
Residents speak out against location
rules roll into skate park
App Skatepark Council does not approve
to the Economy
Tourism grows in Watauga
County slated for $3.15 million in street upgrades
rivers show low flows
Extreme drought continues to affect Watauga waters
gather to support Butler
Three members of U.S. Congress and two state legislators
gathered to help raise funds for state Senate candidate
Jerry Butlers campaign on Saturday.
tours ASU wind farm
U.S. Senate candidate Kay Hagan took a tour of
Appalachian State Universitys wind-energy research
facility on Wednesday and touted it as an example of the
states potential economic boom.
North Carolina brings message to Boone
Democracy North Carolina is hoping to mow down special-interest
return political races to the grass roots.
goes for $25 million loan
Bond would fund new water intake
Paw named State Natural Area
A land tract between Valle Crucis and Foscoe is the newest
addition to the state parks system
headlines Boone QPH
An Appalachian State University rezoning request
is among several agenda items at the town of Boones
summer quarter public hearing this Thursday.
schools make the grade
All nine schools in the Watauga County School system achieved
North Carolinas standard for expected academic growth
by students for the 2007-08 school year.
low and high temperature records set in July at Grandfather
A new daily low temperature record was set July
2 at the official U.S. Weather Service reporting station
located next to Grandfather Mountains Mile High Swinging
board hears WHS update
The Watauga County Board of Education heard an update from
the project manager of the new Watauga High School construction
site during a brief meeting Monday.
for Main Street Village continues
Chetola-Severn Partners presentation fails
to sway Blowing Rock Town Council
ASU students return to campus
Hospital lab receives accreditation
Charles A. Cannon Jr. Memorial Hospital Laboratory
has been awarded an accreditation by the Commission on Laboratory
Accreditation of the College of American Pathologists (CAP),
based on the results of a recent on-site inspection.
ASU targets tailgating litter